Till we meet again
by David&Dee Jobes
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Till we meet Again
We do not know why God took you so suddenly;
This question we’ll never understand.
In our sorrow and in our grief:
We hold on to the promise in our hearts;
That we shall see you again one day in the place called heaven;
Where all our tears will forever be wiped away.
Inspired by God
© copyright 2006 Mrs.David Jobes(Dee)
This poem is dedidcated to my Dear Dad "Adam"
who went to be with our Lord,January 20/2006
Thank you all my precious sisters who have been praying for David and I through this Very deep sorrowful time.Thank you all my precious dear friends for all your love and support!
With Much Love in Christ Jesus,
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Dee,I never knew your Dad,but I can sense his greatness. After God took him home,I'm so glad to see that your faith has become stronger and your love for the Lord more powerful! You will feel His love and peace like never before! The love of Jesus will overpower you in a very special way.You will rise to new heights,be filled with God's glory,and see a beauty like no other!Love,Miriam.
I'm sorry to hear about the loss of a very special man in your life-your Dad. May you find comfort in knowing that you have many friends -including me, praying for you. Blessings and take care. Love, Gloria
Dear, very loved Sister: Though I am so, so sorry in my heart for your sudden loss, I know in my soul that you are beyond just blessed, for... truly "blessed are those who mourn." Dee, I look at your love for the Lord and I see Him so gently draping that beautiful, beautiful garment of praise over your shoulders. I don't know of anyone who wears that garment as well as you do. You are lovely in the Lord and your praise is such a sweet, sweet aroma to Him. Truly, you may mourn, but in it, you are blessed above measure. May you know that many pray for you through this time of grief. More than love... much love. Treava
Oh Precious Dee and David, I would like to stand with the others and offer my condolances for the sudden loss of your father. My heart aches for your loss, and rejoices for his gain. My mother just passed away yesterday, she was nintey-one and had been ill for sometime. Still we always feel tremendous grief and are never prepared for the loss that we suffer. Yet, we rejoice for them, and the fact that to be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord. I love you, Sharon
Dee and David, You are so precious, and I share your sorrow at the loss of Dee's dad. But I celebrate his being with Jesus. How wonderful that must be. I pray that you receive the oil of joy for your mourning, the garment of praise for the spirit of heaviness, for you are trees of righteousness, the planting of the LORD, and He is glorified in your lives. With much love, Joyce
Dear Dee: We never know why our loved ones are taken away so suddenly but we do know that our Lord & Savior is there to comfort us in our hour of need. He'll come perch on your shoulder and ease the sorrow. I'm praying for you to be lifted up to see His powerful light and feel at peace.
Dear Dee, Trish and I celebrate with you on your Dad’s home going. I know the pain of separation you must now feel, and I long with you for the day joy, soon to come, when you will be united with your Dad at your Fathers house. Bless His Holy Name!
My sympathy and love to you and your family. "O Cross that liftest up my head, I dare not ask to fly from thee; I lay in dust life’s glory dead, And from the ground there blossoms red Life that shall endless be." Shalom and AMEN!
What a treasure to have had a godly father. I pray that our Heavenly Father wrap His arms of love and peace around you and see you through these dark days. He is ever close to you, carrying you and rocking you in His assurance that you will see your Dad again. All my love, Mitzi